‘Bad Prosecutor’ Starring Do Kyung Soo and Lee Se Hee Confirms Premiere in October

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Credit: KBS

Do Kyung Soo is returning to the small screen as the crazy prosecutor punishing the corrupt ones.

KBS’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama Bad Prosecutor tells the story of a prosecutor armed with courage and bravado who brings justice for the weak and poor while destroying all corruption within the government and prosecution. The show comes from Netflix’s Move to Heaven helmer Kim Sung Ho and Sketch writer Im Young Bin.

The show released photos of its table read on Monday. Director Kim Sung Ho, Lee Se Hee, Ha Joon, Kim Sang Ho, Lee Si Eon, Kim Tae Woo, and more attended the event.

Do Kyung Soo takes on the role of Jin Jeong, a rogue prosecutor. Going back and forth between comedy and seriousness, the actor impressed everyone at the scene with his performance. Joining him in the cast is Lee Se Hee, who rose to stardom with Young Lady and Gentleman, as prosecutor Shin Ah Ra. Constantly conflicting with Jin Jeong, she cares for and protects him.

Ha Joon is Oh Do Hwan, an elite who passed the bar exam at the age of 22. He’s an ambitious person who’s determined to climb the ladder at all costs. Kim Sang Ho turns into Park Jae Kyung, the head of the civil service department with mysterious charms. He’ll be in charge of showing delightful chemistry with Jin Jeong. Lee Si Eon plays the not-so-good hacker Go Joong Do. After Jin Jeong finds out about Go Joong Ho’s sore spot, he uses him as his personal hacker.

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Credit: KBS

The production team shared, “The actors’ performance wowed everyone from the first table read. Not just the laughter but also the actors’ passion for the show is exceptional, so we’re confident that we’ll make high-quality work. Please look forward to Bad Prosecutor that’ll shatter the frustrating reality at once.”

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